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Posted on: 10:58:21 AM 10/27/2008

While spaying is a surgical proceedure and ALL surgical proceedures involve risk (going under anesthetic always does) the benefits, especially for a pet owner, far outweigh the minimal risk that is involved.

To start, she'll come into sea...

Posted on: 11:45:14 PM 10/26/2008

Renorey - I always try and get the spectators who approach me engaged in what is going on in the ring and tell them they are more than welcome to ask questions once the ring is done and I've shown my dog. I also try and explain to them what is going ...

Posted on: 6:26:01 PM 10/26/2008

To start with, hold your breeder to high standards - and do the same of your criteria for your pet. Do NOT settle for a puppy because it is the right sex, color, price, or it's available now. Pick your breeder, and THEN your puppy.

If you...

Posted on: 10:40:40 AM 10/24/2008

As a breeder and someone who grew up with a special needs brother - I agree that I would look into an adult dog before a puppy and let me explain why...

Puppies are really impressionable. Small tramatic events stick with them and they form...

Posted on: 11:26:08 AM 10/22/2008

lpn ! I agree! I knew I had a secret calling where I could make millions... Myra Savant should be a billionaire...

Posted on: 11:08:24 AM 10/22/2008

YOU, the buyer, cannot get a new copy. If the person you bought the dog from registered it with AKC then they can request a duplicate (it costs money BTW - the last time I did it, it was $15 to get a new AKC registration form). If they didn't registe...

Posted on: 1:12:40 AM 10/22/2008

I tend to rotate. I'm not a "brand fanatic". I stick to a quality level - I usually end up rotating between Innova, Eagle Pack Holistic, Canidae, and Chicken Soup - but I'll try a new food if I see something that looks good... And not everyone I have...

Posted on: 1:09:05 AM 10/22/2008

The thing is those "cost friendly" foods actually... aren't. You feed WAY more kibble than you actually need to. Most of the people who feed that quality food also have an obscenely overweight dog (ask your vet...). You think you're saving money... b...

Posted on: 12:50:06 AM 10/22/2008

bennyishome - keep in mind that price, from a good breeder, should reflect what the breeder puts into their breeding program. Testing for health problems in the parents is expensive and should be requirement for a responsible breeder (hip X-ra...

Posted on: 6:18:49 PM 10/15/2008

I can sympathize on the whole concept of feeding multiple dogs. I show and raise Shelties and I have a "deal" worked out with extended family that I'll pay for their dog food if they help me socialize puppies and will come help with my dogs when I am...

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